Philosophy | Human Sciences

Artificial intelligence

Philosophical Days
Thursday, 05.10. - Saturday, 07.10.2023
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is playing an increasingly important role in many areas of society today: from autonomous driving cars, to medical procedures, to works of art created by artificial intelligence. Philosophy is also devoting a great deal of attention to these debates. This involves, for example, a philosophical understanding of this new technology or epistemological questions about its explainability. The Philosophical Days want to address precisely these questions and, above all, shed light on the practical-philosophical dimension in dealing with AI systems.

Special note:

The lecture by Prof. Dr Benjamin Rathgeber can be followed as a livestream on YouTube:

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